Ceremonial Castings hail from Battle Ground, Wa. in the great Northwest of the USA . CC has been together since '97 playing a brutal style of black metal & melodic death. www.CeremonialCastings.tk www.DarkForestProductions.tk Topic: Ceremonial Castings
Noticia individual de la entrada de los reyes Nuestros Señores y real familia en la ciudad de Barcelona -- Máscara real para la primera[-seguda] noche, cinco de octubre -- Máscara real para la noche siete de noviembre Topics: Festivals, Ceremonial entries
Honors, as for senior officers of the Navy, Marines, and Army, and civilian dignitaries, played by the United States Navy Band Ceremonial Band. http://www.navyband.navy.mil/ceremonial_music.shtml Topics: navy band, fanfares, ceremonial
Paper outlining the history of maces in general and describing the design and use of the mace in the United States House of Representatives. Includes a drawing of the mace belonging to the U.S. House of Representatives. This paper was prepared as part of Onnen's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society. Topic: Ceremonial maces -- United States -- History.
William G. Gray (1913-1992) was a British occultist, the founder of the magical order the Sangreal Sodality and author of many books. He wrote extensively on the topics of ritual magic, Hermetic Qabalah, the nature of Good and Evil and the Tree of Life. His focus was on the mystical unification of humanity with divinity. For Gray, the purpose of developing contact with higher beings is the joint pursuit of the good and the avoidance of evil in the world and in oneself. In many of his works he... Topics: Middle Way, Ceremonial Magic, ritual
Bartoli's device on t.p. (Hydra). Full-page woodcut port. of the author on t.p. verso. Cut of Sts. Peter & Paul, p. 121. Biglia's coat of arms, p. 149. Head- and tail-pieces, initials Topics: Biglia, Giovanni Battista, d. 1617, Ceremonial entries
Some of the miscellaneous marches played by the U.S. Navy Band Ceremonial Band (the public domain compositions) from http://www.navyband.navy.mil/ceremonial_music.shtml. Topics: navy band, ceremonial, marches, military music, sousa
The Congressional Black Caucus holds a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony for current and newly-elected members of the 114th Congress. Topics: Congressional Black Caucus Ceremonial Swearing-In, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
Vice President Joe Biden conducts a ceremonial swearing-in with newly elected and re-elected senators in the Old Senate Chamber. Topics: Senate Ceremonial Swearing-In, Part 1, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email email@example.com. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Museums, Samurai armour, Ceremonial costume, Shinto wedding, Oyster fishing.
Library copy bound with: Relazione della magnifica, e sontuosa comparsa fatta dall'eccellentissimo sig. ambasciator Veneto Nicolo Duodo. Roma : Gio. Francesco Chracas, 1714 Topics: Duodo, Nicolo, 1657-1742, Ceremonial entries, Visits of state, Festivals
Ruffles and flourishes is the preceding fanfare to ceremonial music played for distinguished people. Ruffles are played on drums, and flourishes are played on bugles. For example, the President of the United States receives four ruffles and flourishes which is the highest honor. Performed by The U.S. Marine Corps Band, Generally speaking, works created by U.S. Government employees are not eligible for copyright protection in the United States. See Circular 1 "COPYRIGHT BASICS" from... Topics: Ruffles and flourishes, president, potus, Marine Corps Band, ceremonial music
President Obama gives remarks at a formal investiture ceremony for Attorney General Loretta Lynch at the Warner Theater in Washington; Ms.Lynch was officially sworn in on April 27. Topics: Attorney General Lynch Ceremonial Swearing-In, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Higashi, Doshodaji, Toshodaiji, Ceremonial costume, Shintoism, Shinto ceremonies, Shinto shrines